A stellar mystery…
Packed with skill and nuance, Snowden’s latest is a treat for serious mystery buffs. When Doctor Lawrence Rosewood’s best friend and business partner, Ted Villeneuve, committed suicide, the latter left a Pandora’s box of mess in his wake. With dwindling finances, a million-dollar lawsuit, and a consortium of criminals aiming to gain a foothold in the Golden Ages chain of retirement homes—Lawrence and Ted’s long-established business—Lawrence is at his wits’ end. To get out of the unsavory mess created by his late friend, Lawrence must up his game or risk losing everything precious to him. Lawrence makes for a charming character with his efficient personality, thoughtful nature, and sharp intellect. The plot is heavily layered with varied angles and multiple plot threads, all explicated in masterful style. Snowden creates psychologically plausible leads, neatly tying up all the loose ends. Lovers of finely constructed literary mysteries will be greatly rewarded.
FIVE STAR ***** The Prairies Book Reviews
More praise for One Last Move…
Wes Snowden has a masterful way of telling a story, keeping me glued to the page, my hands gripping the sides of the book tighter and tighter as he raises the tension throughout, page by page. Wonderfully written, insightful, witty, and brilliant, Snowden’s new novel is a must read!
– Jonas Saul, author of the Sarah Roberts Series